Here at Revel Technology, we are proud to help families all across the country protect their person, loved ones, and belongings from potential intruders with our pepper spray in home security systems. They will incapacitate any potential intruder, from cat burglar to serial killer, for the police to round up. Speaking of serial killers, what better time to continue our list of the most notorious serial killers in the country? The fascination about this unfortunate affliction is very real, which is why we can’t seem to learn enough about…
For five years, between 1974 and 1979, Ted Bundy went on a killing spree of at least 30 murders. According to the authorities that arrested him, he likely killed closer to about 100 people. Ted Bundy was sentenced to death for his crimes, receiving death by electrocution in 1989.
John Wayne Gacy
Known as the “Killer Clown”, John Wayne Gacy was convicted for the murder of 33 boys and men between 1972 and 1978 in Chicago, Illinois. When he was discovered by the authorities, they found 29 deceased bodies hidden in his crawl space. However, he admitted to having killed many more and disposing of their bodies in the river.
The Zodiac Killer differs from the other killers on this list in that they were never caught (and could conceivably be at large). Between 1968 and 1969, the Zodiac Killer was responsible for between five and 37 murders in Northern California. The killer was known for sending cryptic messages to the police after their killings, taunting them.
H. H. Holmes
Known for his killings at the World’s Fair in Chicago in 1883, Dr. H. H. Holmes admitted to 27 murders that he was convicted for, although experts believe he may have killed as many as 200. He ran a hotel that he had equipped specifically for killing, with furnaces, acid pits, gas lines, and torture devices. He was hanged in Philadelphia in 1896 after being apprehended in Boston in 1894.
Known as the “Green River Killer”, Gary Ridgway terrorized the Green River area in Washington’s King County for almost 20 years. During that time, he lured, killed, and disposed of 49 different people until his actions led to his capture in 2001. Although he was convicted for the murders of 49 different people, he actually confessed to killing as many as 71 women during his post capture interviews. Right now, he is currently in a Washington prison serving out his 480 year sentence without even the possibility of parole.
The truth about modern crime is that it is going down steadily (yes, even serial killers). This is great news for us law abiding citizens, but it doesn’t mean we can get complacent about protecting ourselves, our loved ones, and our belongings. If you are looking for in home security, look no further than our pepper spray home defense systems. They will stop an intruder in their tracks, with plenty of time for the police to make an arrest, all without causing permanent injury. Feel free to give us a call if you have any questions about our products, we’ll be happy to answer any questions that you may have.